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Will and Inventory - Matthew McCabe

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Will and Inventory - Matthew McCabe

Posted: 1046965448000
Classification: Will
Edited: 1148266574000
Surnames: McCABE, LAMAREUX, MILLER, WILLIAMS, BUCKBEE
Will and Inventory of Matthew McCabe, Dutchess County, New York
From copy of original will held in Putnam County Historian's Office, Brewster, New York

In the name of God Amen, I Matthew McCabe of the County of Dutchess and State of New york, Yeoman, being of sound disposing mind and Memory, thanks be to God for the same, Do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner following, towit, first I give and Recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named. And as to such Worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me, I give and dispose of the same in the following manner. First, I will and direct that all my just debts and funeral charges be first paid by my said Executors out of my personal Estate. Item I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Sarah Two Cows with ___. Item I give and bequeath unto my sons Benjamin McCabe and Matthew McCabe all my Real Estate to be divided between them as they may agree, but it is to be understood that my son Matthew is to have the Homested. To have and to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, subject nevertheless to my wife's right of Dower in the same. And as to my out standing debts and Moveable Estate I order the same to be turned into cash and disposed of as soon as conveniently may be in the following Order. First, after deducting my funeral Expenses and debts which I owe I give and bequeath unto the children of Stephen McCabe deceased the sum of seventy-five dollars to them their heirs and assigns forever. Then I give unto my Daughters at Quemans Patten namely Elizabeth Lamareux, Lidia Miller, Mary Williams and Rhoda Buckbee and to their Resptive heirs and Assigns forever the sum of Thirty seven Dollars and fifty cents each. And as to the Residue of my personal Estate if any I Order the same to be Equally divided between my sons and Daughters and the survivors of them. And, Lastly, I do hereby nominate and appoint my sons Benjamin and Matthew McCabe Executors of this my last will and Testament, hereby revoking all former and other Wills and Testaments by me at any time heretofore made. In Witness whereof I the said Matthew McCabe the Testator to this my last Will and Testament have set my hand and seal this ___ Day of October 1807.

Signed sealed published and declared )
by the said Testator as and for his )
last Will and Testament in the presence )
of us who at his desire and in his presence )
have subscribed our names as Witnesses )
Matthew McCabe
Solomon Avery
Edward Buckbee

Inventory of Mathew McCabe estate 1813

A True and Accurate Inventory of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of Matthew McCabe late of Phillips Town Putnam County Deasd taken by Administration by the the assistance and in the presents of the under signd Apprisers on the thirteenth day of January and in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred thirteen.

one Yoke of oxen $60.00
four Cows 75.00
one Bed and Bedding 12.00
one Do 20.00
one Beadstead and Cord and Bedstick 2.00
five Woolling Blankits 10.00
five Coverlets 15.00
four swine 10.00
seven Lining sheats 15.00
five pair of pillebears 5.00 [pillow biers; pillowcases]
three towels one tablecloth 2.50
one pair of andirons 1.50
two trammels 2.00
two shovels one pair of tongs 1.25
one pair of Smothing Irons 1.25
three puter plates .75
one platter .75
one bason .25
one puter mug .25
two Cannisters .25
three Jugs 1.25
seven knives and forks 1.00
two tin pales .75
three Butter tubs 1.12 1/2
one Copper teacittle 4.00
one Iron teacittle .75
one tray $00.25
one Brass Cittle 4.00
one Iron Cittle .50
one Iron pot .50
one Do .75
one Iron Cittle .50
one table 1.00
one Do 1.00
one Do .25
one stand .25
one Cobbo__ dresser 2.00
one Lot of Earthorn 2.00
one set of teaspones .37 1/2
two tumblers .37 1/2
one Lot of tin .12 1/2
one Case and bottles 3.00
four Bottels .50
two Sickels .50
two Iron Wedges .50
one Lot of carpenter tools 1.75
one Chest 1.00
one trunk 1.00
one spinning Wheal 2.50
two Candlesticks .12 1/2
six table Spones .25
two Sider Barrels 1.00
one Read and Gears 2.00
two Earthorn pots .25
four Baskets .75
one lot of Wolling yarn .37 1/2
one bog hoe .50
one Iron fork .50
one Meat Barrel 1.00
one Leach tub $ 2.00
one two year old bed ?.75
Nine chares 2.25
one Great Wheal .37 1/2
one tub with salt in 1.50
two pieces of Leather 1.00
two Cogs .75
one saddle 3.00
one Do 1.00
two Hodgsteadts 1.00 [hogsheads; large barrels or casks]
four ___ .50
two trays .50
Eight Bags 4.00
one Churn 1.25
one frying pan .25
one Bake pan .50
one flesh fork and scimmer .25
one Bob .12 1/2
one Lantorn .25
one Grind stone 1.00
one Barrel .50
one plow .50
four Earthorn pots 1.25
two pair sissors .37 1/2
one Bible .25
two Axes 1.25
two Rakes .37 1/2
to Cash 11.40
to Cash Received for pork 24.50
one Book Debt Against Steven McCabe 25.00

Edward Buckbee ) Aprisers
James Lickly )

Putnam County Ss Be it remembered that on the 29th day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen personally appeared before me Ralsaman C. Austin Surrogate of said County Mathew McKabe Executor of the last Will and Testament of Mathew M Cabe late of the town of Phillipstown deceased and being duly sworn saith that the within is a true and perfect inventory of the Goods Chattels and Credits of said estate as far as the same has come to his knowledge.
Ralsaman C. Austin

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